We had the surgery on our dog this week and it was $500 here. I hope that this helps and good luck!
Our rural Ohio vet is quite reasonable in price- we paid about $400, but that included two rounds of antibiotics, urine analysis, and x-rays.
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I live in Southern California and I just recently paid 1700 for my male dog to have bladder stone removal surgery, X-rays, 4 prescriptions including 2 pain killers, antibiotics, stool softners, as well as urine and blood analysis. This price also included analysis of the stones when they are taken out to find out what they are and get a better understanding as to why they formed in the first place so we can avoid it reoccurring.
Yes,if given too much sugar,they may get bladder stones.
Pretty much in the Gall bladder, or, the bile ducts leading to/from the Gall Bladder itself!
I recently had my gal blatter taken out because of gal stones. They are kind-of a rust color and can range in sizes. I would recomend talking to your doctor if you are worried or have any questions.Bladder stones are crystalline masses that form from the minerals and proteins, which naturally occur in urine. These types of stones are much less common than kidney stones.Bladder stones are crystalline masses that form from the minerals and proteins, which naturally occur in urine. These types of stones are much less common than kidney stones.
DefinitionBladder stones are hard buildups of minerals that form in the urinary bladder.Alternative NamesStones - bladder; Urinary tract stones; Bladder calculiCauses, incidence, and risk factorsBladder stones are usually the result of another urologic problem, such as:Bladder diverticulumEnlarged prostateNeurogenic bladderUrinary tract infectionApproximately 95% of all bladder stones occur in men. Bladder stones are much less common than kidney stones.Bladder stones may occur when urine in the bladder is concentrated and materials crystallize. Bladder stones may also result from foreign objects in the bladder.SymptomsSymptoms occur when the stone irritates the lining of the bladder or obstructs the flow of urine from the bladder. Symptoms can include:Abdominal pain, pressureAbnormally colored or dark-colored urineBlood in the urineDifficulty urinatingFrequent urge to urinateInability to urinate except in certain positionsInterruption of the urine streamPain, discomfort in the penisUrinary tract infection Dysuria(painful urination)FeverUrinary urgencyIncontinence may also be associated with bladder stones.Signs and testsThe health care provider will perform a physical exam, including a rectal examination. The exam may reveal an enlarged prostate or other problems.Testing may reveal the following:Bladder or pelvic x-ray may show stones.Cystoscopy can reveal a stone in the bladder.Urinalysis may show blood in the urine, crystals, or an infection.Urine culture(clean catch) may reveal infection.TreatmentDrinking 6 - 8 glasses of water or more per day to increase urinary output may help the stones pass.Your health care provider may remove stones that do not pass on their own using a cystoscope (a small tube that passes through the urethra to the bladder).Some stones may need to be removed using open surgery.Medications are rarely used to dissolve the stones.Causes of bladder stones should be treated. Most commonly bladder stones are seen with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or bladder outlet obstruction.For patients with BPH and bladder stones, transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) can be performed with stone removal.Expectations (prognosis)Most bladder stones are expelled or can be removed without permanent damage to the bladder. They may come back if the cause is not corrected.If the stones are left untreated, they may cause repeated urinary tract infections or permanent damage to the bladder or kidneys.ComplicationsAcute bilateral obstructive uropathyBladder cancer in severe, long-term casesChronic bladder dysfunction (incontinence or urinary retention)Obstruction of the urethraRecurrence of stonesReflux nephropathyUrinary tract infectionCalling your health care providerCall your health care provider if you have symptoms of bladder stones.PreventionPrompt treatment of urinary tract infections or other urologic conditions may help prevent bladder stones.ReferencesHo K-LV, Segura JW. Lower urinary tract calculi. In: Wein AJ, ed. Campbell-Walsh Urology. 9th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2007:chap 84.
Broccali? yes. BUT not to much. Its got lots of calcium in it and guinea pigs can get bladder stones from to much calcium.
Just quoted $1150
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That depends on the size of the bladder, for instance the bladder of a shrew will weigh much less than the bladder of an elephant.
Could be Gall Bladder / gall Stones, see a doctor.
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Yes,Coconuts are too much in sugar and can harm your Guinea pig.It can bring bladder stones or kidney diseases for your Guinea Pig.
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